PIP is a disaster for disabled people. At last the full horror is emerging

Benefit tales

From test centres with no disabled access to the mass repossession of cars and wheelchairs, a report exposes the true scale of this catastrophe

When does reform become dangerous? Over three years ago the Conservatives began to roll out personal independence payments (PIP) – in essence, the mandatory, mass re-testing of disabled and chronically ill people – and the answer is getting stark.

Make it inside the building and the picture is as dire: widespread reports of assessors – employed by private firms hired by the Department for Work and Pensions –…

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